Jaded in a Sentence
Definition of Jaded
depleted of excitement and enthusiasm, usually after having had too much of something
Use Jaded in a sentence
After being on an airplane for nearly twenty-four hours, Henry is a bit jaded and never wants to travel again.
Ever since I started working late every night, I have become more and more jaded by the thought of becoming a manager with this company.
The world is so jaded by violence that people are starting to feel unsafe outside their homes.
Because I have eaten nothing but noodles for the past two weeks, my taste buds are a bit jaded.
James was jaded with love after having his heart broken countless times.
After listening to a lecture from my mother, I was so jaded I locked myself in my bedroom for the rest of the day.
A number of people have stopped watching television because they have become jaded by the presence of reality shows on every channel.
Because many children play video games regularly, they are often jaded by violence in the real world.
The celebrity was jaded by the media after been in the public eye for over thirty years.
It is easy for overworked and underpaid teachers to become jaded and miserable.
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worn out, sick and tired, exhausted, bushed, fatigued, burned-out, fed up
excited, interested, engaged